Your first step towards a future in Israel.

Ready to apply? Use this section as a reference as you take your next steps in becoming a BIU International student.

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    Submit the Application

    Log in to the BIUInternational Online Applicant Portal, and fill out your application form.
    You are required to pay a non-refundable, ₪ 400 application fee each time you apply.

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    Send Transcripts & Diplomas

    Applicants must send in official copies of their transcripts and their high school diploma/ matriculation certificate. Students in their final year of studies may send in a partial transcript, and be accepted pending receipt of their final transcript and diploma.
    While the decision process may be expedited by uploading digital copies of the required documents in the Applicant Portal, original copies must be mailed to our office directly.

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    Send Test Scores

    Scores from SAT, ACT, or Psychometric, are required for admission, and must be sent directly from the testing agency. Students who have taken the same exam multiple times, will have only their best scores considered.

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    Upload ID & Passport Photo

    Applicants must upload or email a photocopy of the first page of their Passport or Teudat Zehut, and a recent, 2″x2″, passport-sized photo of themselves.

 Important Dates

March 15Commitment deadline for Early Decision Candidates
March 31Regular Decision application deadline
April 30Regular Decision responses
May 30Commitment deadline for Regular Decision Candidates
June 1Financial Aid Application Deadline
June 20Housing Application Deadline (Off-Campus)
June 30Housing Application Deadline (On-Campus)
September 15Late Application Deadline
Note: Late applicants are not eligible for financial aid or housing.
October 19Student Orientation
October 22First Day Classes, 2017-18 (5778) Academic Year

Supplementary Documentation

Depending on your academic history and status, you may be required to send in the following additional information.

TOEFL Scores

Students who studied in a non-English-speaking secondary school are required to score a 134 on the English section of the Psychometric, or submit the equivalent TOEFL score.

College Transcripts

Applicants who have participated in a post-high school academic program (Yeshiva, Seminary, Gap Year, Mechina, College), should transmit a copy of these transcripts.

High School Enrollment

Applicants who are still enrolled in High School / Secondary School should have their school submit a letter certifying this fact.

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